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LIMP

["Messages in Typed Languages", J. Hunt et al, SIGPLAN Notices 14(1):27-45 (Jan 1979)].
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With those words she limped off on the way to Cobb's Hole.
The wolf and the wild boar were first on the ground; and when they espied their enemies coming, and saw the cat's long tail standing straight in the air, they thought she was carrying a sword for Sultan to fight with; and every time she limped, they thought she was picking up a stone to throw at them; so they said they should not like this way of fighting, and the boar lay down behind a bush, and the wolf jumped up into a tree.
At the same time, he hugged his shuddering body in both his arms - clasping himself, as if to hold himself together - and limped towards the low church wall.
The snow was flying more thickly, and White Fang, whimpering softly to himself as he stumbled and limped along, came upon a fresh trail in the snow.
The hair hung down, limp and draggled, or matted with dried blood where Hal's club had bruised him.
Night after night I limped home, fell asleep before I could eat my supper, and was helped into bed and undressed.
The other man limped up the farther bank and continued straight on without looking back.
He walked with just such a limp as I have seen in footsore tramps.
One of the Fire-Men was the wizened old hunter who limped.
They had hit the trail sixteen hours on end that day, the dogs had come in too tired to fight among themselves or even snarl, and Kama had perceptibly limped the last several miles; yet Daylight was on trail next morning at six o'clock.
Everything was done that could be done to restore the lost power, and although it was partly regained, Scott walked with a limp to the end of his days.